Travelling to Havana, Cuba, to investigate the origins of a mysterious manuscript supposedly written by acclaimed American novelist, Ernest Hemingway, three friends are thrust into a ... See full summary »
Hannah D. Scott
The United Kingdom. Soon. Civil war rages. A woman wakes up in a blindingly white cuboid cell. Using its sophisticated functionality, her captor tortures her for information; information she claims not to have - or does she?
Fifteen years after stabbing a classmate to conjure an imaginary phantom known as Mercy Black, Marina Hess is coming home. She's being released from psychiatric care to live with her sister... See full summary »
These 9 and 10 star reviews have to be from people associated with the film. Nobody else who isn't clinically insane would give it more than 5. There are a couple of good lines but overall it's not funny. The plot is so stupid that you don't care enough about the characters for it to be scary. The acting and cinematography at least aren't too bad - but it doesn't matter because the script is such a mess. Please avoid this movie, you'll hate yourself afterwards if you don't.
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